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Abstract

High-speed disperse multiphase flows are present in numerous environmental and engineering applications with complex interactions between turbulence, shock waves, and particles. Compared with its incompressible counterpart, compressible two-phase flows introduce new scales of motion that challenge simulations and experiments. This review focuses on gas–particle interactions spanning subsonic to supersonic flow conditions. An overview of existing Mach-number-dependent drag laws is presented, with origins from eighteenth-century cannon firings and new insights from particle-resolved numerical simulations. The equations of motion and phenomenology for a single particle are first reviewed. Multiparticle systems spanning dusty gases to dense suspensions are then discussed from numerical and experimental perspectives.

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